i have some queries
i have set session id and domain name in the cookies which are sent to the user browser
$cookie =$cgi->cookie( -CGISESSID => $session->id, -expires => '+1h', -domain => 'B2R6A056a' }; print $cgi->header(-cookie=>$cookie);
now when the user clicks a tab and goes to another page i want to fetch the cookie from the usersession and then intially trying to print all the values got from the cookie
my %cookie = fetch CGI::Cookie; foreach $keys ( sort keys %cookie) { print "$keys : $cookies{$_}"; }
but i am not able to fetch the cookie
is there some problem in the line of my thinking
or is there something more i have to take care of
please advice

In reply to Re^2: Concern with CGI::Session by rjsaulakh
in thread Concern with CGI::Session by Anonymous Monk

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